Human Elephant Conflict in Western Thailand Socio Economic Drivers and Potential Mitigation Strategies (van de Water & Matteson, 2018)
Wild Asian elephant Elephas maximus population in Salakpra Wildlife Sanctuary, Thailand (Mahidol, Rattanawat Chaiyarat, Namphung Youngpoy, Prawut Prempree, 2012) "The Asian elephant population in the Salakpra Wildlife Sanctuary has increased from 20 and 35 individuals in 1987 and 1990, respectively (Dobias 1987, Santiapillai & Jackson 1990) to 180 individuals in 2012 when this study was carried out. These findings are supported by Siripunkaw & Kongrit (2005), who estimated a similar population size for our study area using a DNA analysis."
Value of Biodiversity on Ecotourism: A Case Study on Ban Thung Soong Community Forest in Krabi (Case study based on biodiversity conservation, context built mostly by Kasetsart researchers, project funded by EU and ASEAN Regional Center for Biodiversity, Dr. Suree Bhumibhamon, ND post 2003)
Caveat: Model Forests are generally 20,000-40,000 hectares. International Model Forest Network (how to, models, frameworks, strategic plans - this framework has been implemented in Thailand and their IMFNS Model forest development guide (translated into Thai) and the Model Forest Toolkit. Regional Model Forest Network Asia, Strategic Plan 2020-2024. Info from UN FAO on the Lampang Community Forest Case study
SUSTAINABLE COMMUNITY FOREST MANAGEMENT IN LOCAL DEVELOPMENT: COMMUNITY PRACTICE, PEOPLE PARTICIPATION AND THE SUCCESS OF FOREST CONSERVATION (NIDA, Thesis, Pornthep Sritanatorn, 2009)
Eco-Tourism and Community Development
Sustainable Management of Community-Based Tourism in Thailand (NIDA Thesis, Nopparat Satarat, 2010)
Community Based Tourism and Protected Areas: Overview of its Challenging Issues (Dachanee Emphandhu, Supawinee Songpornwanich, ND: post 2012
Livelihoods Transition, Community Development, local knowledge
Livelihood Transition and Adaptive Bamboo Forest Management: A Case Study in Salakpra Wildlife Sanctuary, Thailand (Nittaya Mianmit, Rachanee Pothitan and Shinya Takeda, 2018). "Adaptive bamboo forest management in SPWS based on traditional knowledge and developed by rural communities over the centuries  is an innovative forest management practice. The villagers expect that if the regulations return to traditional village practices, the bamboo forest will, in the future, help to sustain the production of multiple goods and services, particularly bamboo culms. The bamboo forest will then generate income for them again and enhance their livelihood security and quality of life."
Regional History and Geographical Context
The Asian Elephant, An Action Plan for its Conservation (IUCN, 1998) This report is global in nature - Thailand is from pg. 67-80. Information is still relevant today as historical context and timeless wisdom.